LFJL’s key recommendations for the 21st Assembly of State Parties of the International Criminal Court | 5-10 December 2022
Ten years after the Libyan uprising in 2011, LFJL conducted in-depth research to gather views on justice and accountability across the country.
LFJL support the renewal of the UN Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) mandate on Libya, as a matter of urgency.
LFJL reflects on the opportunities and limitations of the ICC's updated roadmap on Libya set out by the Prosecutor.
This report provides concrete recommendations to third states, as well as relevant international institutions and mechanisms, for constructive engagement in Libya.
Adala Academy is the first e-learning platform in Arabic specifically dedicated to learning about human rights issues in Libya.
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